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05 front end parts from certifit.com

Oke guy's I'm up for a new upgrade on my truck and it's time for a 05 front end conversion but without the headlights (that's for another time).

I searched al the parts that I need on certifit.com but I'm not sure that I have everything that I need.
The problem is that I live in Europe, Belgium so I have to be sure that al the parts are correct before shipping to me.

I know someone in Texas who will do the shipping to Belgium so the parts are first going to him.

The list with partnumbers:
* Bumper front chrome -- FDF320CA
* Bumper moulding front, paint to match -- FDF328BB
* Bumper mounting bracket R -- FDF327C1
* Bumper mounting bracket L -- FDF327C2
* Air deflector, valance panel lower -- FDF 345BA
* Fog light assembly R -- FDF382B3
* Fog light assembly L -- FDF382B4

Are the foglights with the brackets en wiring?
Do I need other stuff to complete te conversion?
The prices on the site, witch one are the one's that I pay? Left collum or right??

Just one thing I'm not sure of is the grille that I had to choose in the list. I want the one from the picture. Witch one is it?


Sorry for al the questions but in the search on the forum I didn't find answers on all my questions

Thnx!!

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subscribed.. about to order mine... does anyone know if old fog lights work in newer bumpers?


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No they dont, the brackets are different so you have to order new or maybe fabricate the brackets so they'll fit. But for the price you pay on certifit I wouldn't consider to make them myself.

But I need to know what type of grille I have to order. There are 2 kinds in the list. One is chrome billet style and the other one is lariat/outlaw chrome style. Witch one is it like in my first post??

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The one on your post is what I believe is the CHROME PACKAGE offered by ford, so the chrome billet one is the one your looking at. The Lariat/Outlaw is same as XLT I believe. Hope that helps.


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i made a write up on this..look at it... lol its a sticky..the instructions are even there! lol

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I Have done this on my 03 6.0 I don't sugest getting ur bumper from certifit... It doesn't fit half the time, I'm on my 2nd bumped from them due to an accident and niether one fit right, it had to be flexed on the corners, plus it's a lot thinner metal then oem. This is the same company that doesn't make a antenna mount hole one a 90s model cougar/ thunderbird fender, my fathers person experience... Plus the added joke... It's more like sotra fit. But if u have to pinch pennies then I would go for it, but I guess you do get what you pay for

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Do you have a photo of that bumper you've got? Can you see that the bumper is thinner than the OEM one from Ford or is it not so strong maybe?

Do someone know the thickness of the bumpers from LMC-trucks?

It's that I need to order really soon and I don't have the possibility of getting used parts because I live in Belgium so paying and shipping is a problem for me.
I don't mind if the bumper from certifit is al little less thinner than the OEM one but it's got to be strong though.

@BIGGPIGG4x4: Thnx for the info man!!

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certifit probably will not actually ship overseas they barely ship nationwide.
you will need:
upper bumper pad( FORD PART ONLY-Certifit lists it but they do not sell it )
lower bumper chrome
grille(chrome package)
headlights(I do suggest you do the chrome since the harleys dont look good on red IMO)
bumper brackets( left and right )
foglights and brackets( left and right )
lower valance
side supports(not needed but your option)
9007 to 9008 wiring conversion harness
05-11 ford emblem(ford part only)

the grille you are looking at is a VERY VERY nice piece! I used to have it on my truck.

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I know someone in Texas Buffalo who is shipping all the parts to me so that's no problem

But the only thing I'm not completly out is the grille, yea I know I'm not the smartest in town , but is it the grille that costs around the $70 or the cheaper one? Its difficult with no pictures on there.

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